Ancient Greece: Government and Democracy Center Activities
Ancient Greece: Government and Democracy Activities is a set of three activities focused on the concept of democracy in Ancient Greece. Students read informational text on direct and representative democracy and the democratic system in Ancient Greece. Students engage in inquiry-based activities such as analyzing values of a government community and comparing direct and representative democracy.

Perfect for stations or small groups, this activity engages students in inquiry-based learning. Use with other Ancient Greece-related activities for a comprehensive study of the Classical Period and for making cross-curricular connections.

Included in this guide:
- Teacher's guide for uses
- Informational text and student directions for 3 station activities

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Created: Feb 14, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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